on June 05, 2012
Eucalyptus are the most common non-native trees in California – over 30 species are widely grown throughout the state. A working knowledge of Eucalyptus, including identification, ecological traits, and physical characteristics is essential for any practicing California arborist, urban forester, consultant, city planner, or landscape architect.
On June 14 or June 15, you can join Dr. Matt Ritter and Barrie Coate at Gavilan College in Gilroy to learn more about the Eucalyptus trees in California.
For more information about the workshops, visit Boabab Botanical Consulting.